RouterTech goes live

Today was a momentous day in the world of online networking help and support. A project I have been working on with online friends for the last couple of months has gone online to the public for the first time.

Its called RouterTech, and is a “technical support site for all things networking”. Head on over there to see what its all about. The gist of it and some screen shots are below though.

  • Technical guides for routers and other home/business networking hardware
  • FAQs for all things to do with networking, from VOIP to Switches, from Routers to Firewalls.
  • Fully fledged forum frequented by networking experts willing to help you out for free.
  • New firmware, developed by a dedicated team of programmers, to make your existing hardware work better and enable better features
  • A great community where you can meet and chat to people from all walks of life about anything technical or non-technical in the free chat forums
  • Regular announcements and polls about whats happening in the networking world to keep you up to date.
  • The option for equipment manufacturers to send the team their hardware so RouterTech can expand it’s wealth of knowledge and hence the support it can provide
  • Software to help you trouble-shoot your network
  • A whole load more.

Now for some screen-shots for those who like the eye-candy…

RouterTech Forums RouterTech Homepage RouterTech Article RouterTech Merchandise

This has been a really fun project to be a part of, and I hope it will grow to become a busy, useful and fun online technical community. Please take the time to link to us, visit us, and tell your friends. If you know someone with a networking issue let them know where they can get help, and if you know a lot about networking, why not come on over and help out people who are stuck. Both experienced techies and complete newcomers are very welcome 🙂

Click here to visit RouterTech!


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  1. Jim Maxwell Said,

    April 28, 2006 @ 7:24 pm

    Hi Kieran,

    Just browsing to check if you’ve posted anything on the Adsltech Situation and was reviewing the Routertech blog and couldn’t find a ling to the website – but you know me I probably just missed it……


  2. Kieran Said,

    April 30, 2006 @ 1:12 pm

    Thanks for pointing that out; I have now added a link to the original post. There is and always has been one in the sidebar though 😉 —>

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